Calif. district approves Hebrew language charter school

03/21/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

District officials have approved the first Hebrew language charter school in California despite concerns that the school would violate the separation of church and state. An original plan for the school required students to study Hebrew for a minimum of four years, but the school dropped that requirement and will allow students to choose between studying Hebrew, Arabic or Spanish. The school is expected to open in the fall.

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